New Orleans Music Exchange
Cole Pratt Gallery
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Slim Goodie’s Diner
This hip retro diner, all overlaid with some punk-rock sensibility, was among the first restaurants to reopen after Hurricane Katrina,...
3342 Magazine St · interesting places nearby
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It’s high time you learned how to play trumpet. This large shop, specializing mostly in secondhand instruments, is the place to go for a nice used horn. There’s an entire room of brass and woodwinds, all priced fairly. But to find it, you must weave through a maze of guitar and bass amps. It also sells guitars, guitar strings and all that other stuff. But really, you ought to go for the trumpet.